"No cat likes water."

Translation:Keine Katze mag Wasser.

October 15, 2017



"Katzen mögen kein Wasser? " Is that correct??

October 15, 2017


Would rather be: Cats don't like water.

October 15, 2017


No, keine Katzen mag wasser. Mine name ist Alvaro. Ich lerne Deutsch. I still have a lot to learn but I am trying for the last 2 months.

January 17, 2018


I notice that in German, the verb is generally the second word in the sentence. Could this sentence be worded better, or is this an exception?

Edit: Never mind! I see now that "keine" is treated like an article (like "die" or "eine"), so it's sort of attached to the noun "Katze".

April 26, 2018


why is it keine and not kein Katze? considering Katze is singular.... is it because, even though its the singular for cat, they are referring to all cats?

January 25, 2018


Its because 'Katze' is a singular + feminine noun. We use keine with feminine and kein with masculine/neutral nouns in nominative case.

February 20, 2018


Because Katze ist femine gender. If it was masculune it would be kein. If I understand it all well :-)

March 29, 2018


Because Katze is feminine, you put an e at the end of kein.

March 31, 2018


I think because it's feminine

March 3, 2018


Why can't you say Nein? Instead kein or keine? Or can Nein be properly used at all?

January 16, 2019


To my understanding it seems that the secret lies in the actual word "keine"! Imagine if you were to say the opposite of keine, you would say "eine", "A" cat, but you're are instead saying NO cat! In essence, the word kein (no amount of cats ) is the opposite if ein ( one cat ), so always associate keine, kein, keinen with an amount, and nien as simply an answer to a question: Magst du Brot? (Do you like bread?) Nien! (No!)

January 21, 2019


why is it not keiner katze. answer plss

April 7, 2019
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